Faculty Advisor Contest Winner

3292012goodiebagCONGRATULATIONS to Jeanette Crawford from Georgia Perimeter College who is the winner of the NCF Faculty Advisor of the Year Award. She was nominated by the students in her NCF chapter.

Student Jennifer Alexandrian stated, “Ms. Crawford lives and teaches as a testimony to her faith.” She prays with students, takes extra time to listen and encourage them, and develops their leadership skills.

Jennifer adds, “It is well-known among nursing students that Ms. Crawford is the best faculty resource for spiritual support. There is no doubt that the contribution Ms. Crawford has made to Georgia Perimeter College chapter of NCF is unparalleled. We literally could not do it without her!”

Ms. Crawford will receive a Starbucks gift card and coffee beans as well as a variety of NCF products including a book, the Journal of Christian Nursing, lip balm, pen, post-it notes and a book bag. We appreciate all of our dedicated NCF Faculty Advisors!



All of the NCF staff and volunteers congratulate Ms. Crawford on receiving the very first NCF Faculty Advisor of the Year Award! We are so thankful for her ministry to the students at Georgia Perimeter. And we are thankful for ALL of the 100+ nursing faculty who are serving as advisors to NCF chapters. Their role is vital to the health and longevity of NCF ministry on campuses across the US and to the spiritual health of the students that they teach and mentor. Faculty advisors devote their time and their hearts to help students go deeper with Jesus on their spiritual journeys. We thank God for you and we pray that the Light of Christ will shine brightly in your schools of nursing.

Way to go Mrs. Crawford. Thanks for all you do! I appreciate you so very much for being you and helping to pave the way for me to minister to students at GPC! God's continued blessings upon your life!

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